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9th December 2017

Storms for Europe:
A deep area of low pressure will drive through Portugal, Spain and France during Sunday bringing winds of 45-60 mph and bands of heavy rain. Travel disruption and power outages are expected in many parts late Sunday and into early Monday. Image thanks to Accuweather

Storms for Europe

Storms for Europe

Disruptive Snow for UK on Sunday:
After Friday's snow a further round of heavy snowfall is expected across parts of England & Wales during Sunday. The areas most at risk are the Midlands, Wales & northern with 10-20cm predicted to fall. Southern parts will have rain but strong to gale force winds. Image thanks to BBC Weather

Disruptive UK Snow

Disruptive UK Snow


8th December 2017

Snow for England & Wales on Sunday:
It's currently snowing in many parts of the UK but there is a chance of some more widespread and potentially heavy snow on Sunday as an Atlantic depression moves into the cold, arctic air currently in place. Most likely to be affected are northern England, north Wales and the Midlands, but this could change over the next 24 hours. Image thanks to BBC Weather

Snow for England & Wales on Sunday

Snow for England & Wales on Sunday

Santa Ana Winds Wildfire Risk:
As wildfires continue to burn across parts of California strong and gusty Santa Ana winds will exacerbate the risk increasing the risk of further ignitions and growth of fire. These strong, warm and very dry winds will blow down-slope and offshore. Image thanks to Accuweather

Santa Ana Winds Wildfire Risk

Santa Ana Winds Wildfire Risk


7th December 2017

UK Snow and Wind Chill:
A cold surge of arctic air will cross all parts of the UK over the next day with strong winds everywhere, even storm force in parts of northern Scotland. Frequent snow showers will accompany these cold winds more especially over northern and western parts initially, but tracking inland through the midlands and into the south east during Friday. Wind chill will make it feel below freezing in most of the country! Thanks to BBC

UK Snow and Wind Chill

UK Snow and Wind Chill

Tropical Threat for Bangladesh & India:
Parts of southern Bangladesh and northeast India are under threat of heavy rain and flooding as a storm develops in the Bay of Bengal. As the storm tracks north it is expected to weaken before hitting land, so there shouldn't be an issue with winds but heavy, flooding rains are likely in coastal areas. Image thanks to Accuweather

Tropical Threat for Bangladesh & India

Tropical Threat for Bangladesh & India

Snow for Mexico & West Texas:
Snow will hit parts of northern Mexico and Texas during Friday, with the heaviest of the snowfall over the mountains, there will be accumulations across some lower elevations of the high plateau. Cold air has already reached parts of northern Mexico and a reinforcing blast of arctic air will mix with jet-stream disturbances to give the snowfall. Image courtesy of The Weather Channel

Snow for Mexico

Snow for Mexico


6th December 2017

Storm Caroline to hit UK:
It's calm and very mild across many parts of the UK this morning, but Storm Caroline will change all that, bringing severe gales, with storm force winds over parts of northern Scotland. There will also be heavy rain in most parts with a transition on Thursday and Friday to much colder weather with snow showers. Image thanks to BBC Weather

Storm Caroline

Storm Caroline

Strong Winds Across New England:
Trees may topple and power-lines may fall as winds  gust at 55 mph this evening over parts of New England. Lake-effect snow will also follow as the cold air invades from the north. Image courtesy of Accuweather

Strong Winds Across New England

Strong Winds Across New England

Cool and Showery Middle East:
Northwesterly winds will blow cool and showery conditions into the Middle East over the next couple of days. The gusty winds will drop temperatures to below average with Riyadh at 20 C today and Cairo reaching just 19 C 
Image courtesy of BBC Weather

Cool and Showery Middle East

Cool and Showery Middle East


5th December 2017

Cold and Stormy UK by Thursday:
The low pressure system that will bring Wednesday's mild, wet and very windy weather will also introduce a blast of very cold, arctic air. Parts of northern Scotland may see storm force winds for a while with severe gales elsewhere and frequent snow showers. And this cold theme looks set to continue throughout the weekend.
Image courtesy of BBC Weather

Cold and Stormy UK by Thursday

Cold and Stormy UK by Thursday

Fast-moving brush fire in Santa Paula:
A brush fire in California has already burned 2,500 acres, killing one person and forcing the evacuation of 500 more. Winds of between 25-50 mph are fuelling the fire.
Image courtesy of MSN Weather

Fast-moving brush fire burns 2,500 acres in Santa Paula

Fast-moving brush fire burns 2,500 acres in Santa Paula


4th December 2017

Lake-Effect Snow Expected:
Travel across the Great Lakes could be disrupted this week as heavy Lake-Effect snow is expected as freezing arctic air crosses the warm lake waters before depositing large amounts of snow in the usual areas to the south and east of the Lakes. Image thanks to Accuweather

Lake Effect Snow for Northeast

Lake-Effect Snow for Northeast

Cold Weather Heading Back to UK:
After a brief mild interlude this week, cold air will return late Thursday and into Friday behind a cold front. It will be mild, wet and windy midweek but by Friday and the weekend the whole country will be seeing cold temperatures and snow showers, even down to low levels in some parts, especially northern and eastern coastal regions. Image courtesy of BBC Weather

Arctic Air for UK

Arctic Air for UK

Winter Storm For Central States:
Rain, Blizzards and Flooding is expected over the central states of north america today as a potent winter storm tracks east. Ahead of the cold front thunderstorms, warmth and heavy rain are expected. Temperatures will then plunge as arctic air surges in from the north behind the system bringing blizzards to some parts. Full detail from The Weather Channel

Winter Storm For Central States

Winter Storm For Central States


1st December 2017

Red Warnings In Place for SE Europe:
After the recent flooding problems over Greece and the southern Baltic states the ground is saturated, and a new, slow moving area of heavy rain will move across the same areas this weekend leading to red flood warnings for parts of Greece again over the next 2 days. Image thanks to BBC

Flooding Rain for SE Europe

Flooding Rain for SE Europe

Cyclone Ockhi hits Southern India:
Heavy rain and strong, gusty winds are forecast Friday for southern India and Sri Lanka as cyclone Ockhi moves westwards out into the Arabian Sea. Warning are in place for Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Image courtesy of BBC Weather

Cyclone OCKHI

Cyclone OCKHI

Mild Weekend Across US:
With high pressure in place across many parts of continental US and the jet-stream further north with no undulations, it looks like mild air will be drawn in to many parts over the weekend, with a depression bringing rain and mountain snow to the Pacific Northwest. Image courtesy of Accuweather

US Weekend Forecast

US Weekend Forecast


28th November 2017

Snow in Forecast for Hawaii:
It's not uncommon to see snow in Hawaii and up to 6 inches are expected during the week on the high peaks of the Big Island. There have already been road closures on the way to the summit of Mauna Kea. Thunder and strong winds are also a possibility! Image courtesy of The Weather Channel

Hawaii Snow

Hawaii Snow

Sever Heat Building Across Australia:
The influence of a large area of high pressure centred across New Zealand will be diminished as an active low pressure develops and moves south east later this week bringing disruptive thunderstorms later this week to parts of the south east. Before this system temperatures will be as high as 35C in Melbourne and 36C in Adelaide. Thanks to BBC Weather

Severe Heat in Australia

Severe Heat in Australia


23rd November 2017

Record Breaking Warmth - Western US:
Record breaking warmth continues across the US as high pressure pushes hot air in from the south. Los Angeles, San Diego, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas all set record high temperatures on Wednesday. On average temperatures are 10 to 20 degrees F above average. With thanks to Accuweather

Record Breaking Warmth - Western US

Record Breaking Warmth - Western US


22nd November 2017

Record Heat in US:
Record breaking heat pushing up across many western parts of the continent will continue to give record breaking heat across some parts with temperatures 10-20 degrees F higher than average. 91°F was set at Burbank, CA on Tuesday! High pressure extending through most of the atmosphere is responsible. Image thanks to Accuweather

US Weather Forecast

US Weather Forecast

Cold For Northern India Plains:
Cold weather has pushed into parts of northern India with a larges anticyclone to the east pulling cold winds in from the north. Temperatures in New Delhi will drop as low as 9C overnight, although climbing back up into the upper 20's by day. The only rain forecast is for the very southern tip of India and Sri Lanka

Cold For Northern India Plains

Cold For Northern India Plains


21st November 2017

Plenty of Rain for Brazil:
A band of very heavy rain and thunderstorms across Brazil will bring potentially disruptive conditions with up to 100mm of rain in just 12 hours. Areas including and surrounding Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo are particularly at risk. Thanks to BBC Weather

South American Weather

South American Weather

Cold in the east, hot in the west:
An undulating jet-stream across north america is producing vastly differing weather conditions. Temperatures across many parts of the west are well above normal while cold arctic air continues its assault across many eastern areas with temperatures well below normal. Image thanks to Accuweather

Cold East Hot West

Cold East Hot West

Heatwave for Southeast Australia:
From Sky Weather - "Heatwave conditions continuing for the southeast on Wednesday and by Thursday Hobart is on track to mark 6 days above 26 degrees, smashing a record that is 122 years old"

Heatwave for Southeast Australia

Heatwave for Southeast Australia


20th November 2017

Lake Effect Snow for parts of NE:
A cold arctic blast will continue to produce lake effect snow to the east of the Great Lakes. Up to 12 inches of snow are possible in parts with disruption likely on the roads throughout Monday.

Lake Effect Snow

Lake Effect Snow

Stormy Week for UK:
A series of depressions will cross the UK this week due to a strong jet stream. Although the weather will be generally mild it will also be wet and often windy. The wettest day currently looks like being Wednesday with heavy rain and flooding possible across parts of northwest England. Image courtesy of Accuweather

UK Weather Forecast

UK Weather Forecast

Weather Forecast for India:
It's looking calm across the sub-continent at last. Temperatures will range from the mid 20's to low 30's with some showers in the south, which could be heavy over parts of Sri Lanka. Image thanks to BBC Weather

Weather Forecast for India

Weather Forecast for India


17th November 2017

Cyclone for Southern Vietnam:
A strengthening cyclone (currently Tropical Depression 31W) pushing in from the South China Sea over relatively warm waters could gain in strength later today and over the weekend bringing flooding rains and strong winds to parts of southern Vietnam. One to watch. Image courtesy of Accuweather.

Cyclone for Vietnam

Cyclone for Vietnam

Storm Numa Continues to Flood Greece?:
Storm Numa continues to bring very heavy rain and strong winds to parts of the eastern Mediterranean and Adriatic. This slow moving storm has the potential to develop further as it moves east before eventually weakening over land. Further flooding is expected in Greece. Image courtesy of The Weather Channel

Storm Numa

Storm Numa

US - From Hot to Cold:
As a record high temp of 77°F was set at Scottsbluff, Nebraska on Thursday, beating the previous record of 76°F set in 1975 it is set to turn much colder this weekend as a cold arctic plunge arrives behind a deep disturbance which will also trigger heavy rain and thunderstorms. More from Accuweather

Much Colder By Saturday

Much Colder By Saturday


16th November 2017

More Rain for east Australia:
There will be further heavy rain in eastern parts with areas affected from Brisbane all the way down to Melbourne. Meanwhile out on the southwest thunderstorms and heavy showers will develop, possibly affecting Perth. Image courtesy of Sky News Weather

Weather for Australia

Weather for Australia

More Storms for Greece and Albania:
The deep depression in the Mediterranean which has caused so much flooding to Greece over the last couple of days will continue to bring further Thunderstorms to Greece, Albania and Southern Italy, enhancing the flood risk in this area. Image courtesy of BBC Weather

More Storms for Greece and Albania

More Storms for Greece and Albania

Atmospheric River for California:
An area of low pressure to the north will drive a river of moisture into parts of northern California, Oregon and Washington State. There will be a flood threat to parts of the Californian burn areas and feet of snow piling up in the Sierra Nevada. Image courtesy of The Weather Channel

Atmospheric River for California

Atmospheric River for California


15th November 2017

West Coast Storms:
Deep depressions pushing in off the Pacific will bring storms, heavy rain and more snow to the region this week. Up to a foot of rain could fall in coastal parts of Washington State, and as much as 3 feet of snow in the Cascade and Olympic mountains. More from MSN Weather

Storms for Washington State

Storms for Washington State

Rare Medicane to Form?:
A rare Mediterranean subtropical depression, resembling a tropical storm, may form later this week affecting parts of Greece. An area of low pressure to the south west of Italy will move east and gather strength as it does so. One to watch! More from The Weather Channel.

Rare Medicane to Form

Rare Medicane to Form

Warm Across Southern US:
With cold arctic air in place over northern parts it looks like the southern states will experience unseasonably warm temperatures for much of the week, at time up to 15 degrees above average. It will be stormy over the Pacific Northwest. Image courtesy of Accuweather

Unseasonably Warm Air Across Southern States

Unseasonably Warm Air Across Southern States

Battle of the Air Masses:
As you would expect at this time of the year there is a battle being played out in the northern hemisphere between cold arctic air and something a bit warmer pushing up from the southwest. Britain is currently mild but it looks as though the cold air will encroach as the week progresses.


14th November 2017

Storm Across Europe:
A deep depression swirling around the Mediterranean today will produce stormy weather for many parts. Heavy rain will affect the south and east of Italy with some snow pushing into the Balkans, there will also be very strong winds from the south of France eastwards & into northern Africa. Image by BBC Weather

Stormy Europe

Stormy Europe

Brutal Cold for Midwest:
MSN Weather are forecasting a dip in the jet-stream across northern america which will open the floodgates to some very cold arctic air just in time for Thanksgiving. The southwest will warm up but there is a chance of a storm developing up the east coast.
Watch out for some very heavy lake-effect snow!

Brutal Cold for Midwest

Brutal Cold for Midwest

North Atlantic Synoptic Chart:
Here's the weather for the rest of the week, with depressions pushing to the north of the UK after a mild spell the chilly air will return under a large area of high pressure. Looks like frost and fog will be on the agenda!


13th November 2017

Milder Air to Push into UK During Week:
After a cold night with widespread frost milder air is set to push in from the Atlantic across all parts of the UK during Monday and into Tuesday. There will be some snow for the mountains of Scotland at first on Monday as this milder air pushes moisture into the cold air already in place. Colder weather looks like returning towards the end of the week. Thanks to BBC Weather

Milder Air to Push into UK

Milder Air to Push into UK

Bay of Bengal Tropical Depression:
Accuweather are discussing the potential development of a Tropical Depression over the Bay of Bengal which could threaten eastern parts of India and Bangladesh. Meanwhile northern India continues to be plagued by life-threatening smog. 

Bay of Bengal Tropical Depression

Bay of Bengal Tropical Depression

Cooler Than Average Northeast:
After a record breaking cold weekend it looks set to remain cool throughout the week with a strong jet-stream keeping the warmer air locked away to the south. Image courtesy of Accuweather

Cooler Than Average Northeast

Cooler Than Average Northeast


10th November 2017

Storms for Pacific Northwest:
Storms will continue to blow off the Pacific and bring strong winds, heavy rain and mountain snow especially in the Cascades. This pattern will continue through the weekend and into next week with just brief interludes. Image by Accuweather

Storms for Pacific Northwest

Storms for Pacific Northwest

Freezing Temperatures for Northeast:
The long awaited blast of arctic air is now on its way and will challenge some low temperature records across parts of the northeast UK over the weekend. Atlantic City could be as low as 21F, Toronto down to 17F & Bangor as low as 16F on Friday night! Thanks to Accuweather

Freezing Temperatures for Northeast US

Freezing Temperatures for Northeast US

Stormy For Germany:
This weekend a deep depression will track across Europe Germany receiving some heavy rain, strong and gusty winds, and even some snow. This depression has been enhanced by moisture from Rina and as it passes through cold air will be drawn in from the north with a chance of snow on higher ground. Thanks to Accuweather

Some Snow For Germany

Some Snow For Germany

Cool and Breezy For UK:
Brisk northwesterly winds will quickly blow any remaining rain out across the north sea and continent to leave the UK in a cool and showery air flow. Most of the showers will be to the north and west with some snow over the higher ground of Scotland, where there will also be some gusty winds. Image courtesy of BBC Weather 

Cool and Breezy UK

Cool and Breezy UK


9th November 2017

November Sow Cover Highest in a Decade:
Over a quarter of the lower 48 states had snow on the ground on November the 8th, which is the highest recorded on that date in 14 years. Last November was the warmest on record! Data supplied by The Weather Channel and NOAA

Early-November snow cover in North America is the highest in over a decade

Early-November snow cover in North America is the highest in over a decade

Bay of Bengal Cyclone:
A possible cyclone is developing in the Bay of Bengal to the east of India. Currently strong winds and heavy rain are out to sea but as the system develops we will keep a track of its likely impact. Image courtesy of BBC Weather

Bay of Bengal Cyclone

Bay of Bengal Cyclone

Warmest October on Record in New England:
October has broken a couple of weather records as expected. New England had its warmest October on record and Michigan its wettest! It has been the third warmest January-through-October for the U.S.
Full details from The Weather Channel

Warmest October on Record in New England

Warmest October on Record in New England


8th November 2017

Arctic Air Heading For Northeast:
Cold weather records are likely to be broken this weekend across parts of the northeast US as freezing air plunges in from the arctic. Those record warm days of October will seem a long time ago! More details at The Weather Channel

Arctic Air For Northeast

Arctic Air For Northeast

Delhi Shuts Schools Because of Smog:
Air quality is worsening across parts of India and Pakistan due to vehicle emissions and the burning of crop stubble. The government in Delhi has closed all schools until Sunday because of this toxic smog. Image courtesy of BBC Weather

Delhi Toxic Smog

Delhi Toxic Smog

Wintry Outbreak for North America:
The plunging jet stream has allowed a blast of frigid air to blow across many parts of Canada and the northern US states with freezing temperatures from Calgary to Minneapolis. Wyoming's Lake Yellowstone fell to -5F on Tuesday, breaking the old record low temp of -4F. Thanks to Accuweather

Wintry Outbreak for North America

Wintry Outbreak for North America


7th November 2017

Tropical Storm Rina:
900 miles east of Bermuda a Tropical Storm has formed. Officially name Rina this depression is expected to wanted to the north and east, eventually tracking into the cooler waters of the north Atlantic somewhere between Scotland and Iceland. At appears to pose no risk to land. Image from Accuweather

Tropical Storm Rina

Tropical Storm Rina

UK - Cloud & Rain Moving East:
As a cold front tracks from northern and western areas will be wet and windy with some bursts of heavy rain. This rain will move steadily eastwards affecting the south east later in the day. It will turn colder from the west as the cold front and rain moves through. Image thanks to BBC Weather

UK Weather Forecast 7th November 2017

UK Weather Forecast 7th November 2017

Tropical Depression 29W:
A new Tropical Depression (29W) will hit Thailand and Myanmar this week. The storm has already brought floods and mudslides to parts of Northern Malaysia over the weekend and is expected to strengthen before moving into the Bay of Bengal later this week. Full report at Accuweather

Tropical Depression 29W

Tropical Depression 29W


6th November 2017

Coldest Melbourne Cup in a Decade:
A south westerley wind is blowing cool air across Victoria and South Australia. Temperatures in Melbourne will reach a high of just 16 C which will be the coldest Melbourne Cup day for a decade! Image thanks to Sky News Weather

Coldest Melbourne Cup in a Decade

Coldest Melbourne Cup in a Decade

UK - Dense Fog and Frost:
A very autumnal start to the day across Britain with dense fog patches and widespread frost. However many parts of England will have a sunny day with temperatures reaching 10 C in the south east. Cloud will increase from the northwest throughout the day with a cold front pushing in from the Atlantic.


3rd November 2017

Ozone Hole 1 Million Miles Smaller:
NASA keep a close eye on ozone depletion and have discovered that this year's maximum ozone hole over Antarctica was 1 million miles smaller than in 2016. This is partly due to the effects of global warming but watch the video to the as NASA  explain it so much better.

Cold February for the UK:
Accuweather have produced a long range winter forecast for the UK and are predicting average temperatures and windy weather for the first half of winter but a colder than average February with cold easterlies blowing in. So maybe a winter of two halves?

Cold February for the UK

Cold February for the UK

More Rain for Chennai:
Heavy rain will continue to fall over southern and eastern coastal parts of India, and across Sri Lanka as a moisture laden air continues to push in from the Bay of Bengal. The BBC reports that Chennai has already seen 200mm of rain in the last 3 days and can expect up to another 500mm in places!

Heavy Rain for Chennai

Heavy Rain for Chennai

90 F in November for Dallas:
For the first time in recorded history the temperature in Dallas reached 90 degrees. With a lack of cool air invading from the north the heat is likely to continue into next week across the south, challenging several temperature records. Image courtesy of Accuweather

November Heat for Dallas

November Heat for Dallas


2nd November 2017

Record Breaking Super Typhoon Haiyan:
In early November 2013 Super Typhoon Haiyan is thought to have dropped to a record breaking barometric pressure of 860mb - the lowest sea level pressure ever recorded according to a new study.

Super Typhoon Haiyan

Super Typhoon Haiyan

Mountain Snow for western US:
An active jet-stream in the western United States will drive depressions and heavy rain to many parts over the coming days. This will make for difficult driving conditions with mountain snow, but is good news for ski resorts! Thanks to The Weather Channel

Unsettled With Mountain Snow for the West

Unsettled With Mountain Snow for the West

Late Snow in Australia:
After a warm spring spell of weather in south eastern parts a depression with a cold blast of air will bring severe storms, heavy rain (and even snow on the mountains of Victoria) for many parts of SE Australia. Image courtesy of Sky News Weather

Snow in Southern Australia

Snow in Southern Australia

Tropical Storm Damrey:
Vietnam and Cambodia are on alert for the potential threat of Tropical Storm Damrey. Heavy rain, flooding and mudslides are a possibility as the storm moves onshore late Friday and into the weekend. Damrey has the potential to become a Typhoon before making landfall according to Accuweather

Tropical Storm Damrey

Tropical Storm Damrey


1st November 2017

Rain for Scotland & N Ireland:
Persistent rain will continue to fall across western parts of Scotland and over northern Ireland. A weather warning is in place for western Scotland where rain totals on higher ground could exceed 50mm, with many places seeing 25-30mm

Rain for Scotland & N Ireland

Rain for Scotland & N Ireland

Heavy Rain Sri Lanka & Southern India:
The northeast monsoon is bringing extreme rainfall to parts of Sri Lanka and south India. These rains are vital but have an associated flooding risk. As much as 400mm (16 inches) of rain are expected into the weekend. Thanks to Accuweather

Monsoon Floods Continue

Monsoon Floods Continue

South America Weather Wednesday:
Finally starting to look a little drier in Paraguay and southern Brazil after a lot of rain recently. Still wet to the north across Columbia and Venezuela. Hot across northernmost parts of the continent but otherwise generally pleasant spring temperatures! Images thanks to BBC

South America Weather Wednesday

South America Weather Wednesday


31st October 2017

Snow for Moscow:
Cold arctic air is pushing south into many parts of northern Europe and Russia. The heavy rain that has been falling in Moscow will turn to snow later this evening and temperatures will then stay close to or below freezing for the rest of the week! Via @BBCWeather

Snow in Moscow

Snow in Moscow

Halloween Weather for US:
Much of the north of the continent will have cold winds blowing in from the arctic in the wake of this weekend's storms.  Some mountain snow and lake effect rain/snow is likely with milder weather in the west and some storms in the south. Full details at Accuweather

Halloween Weather for US

Halloween Weather for US

Heavy Rain For Sri Lanka:
A slow moving area of low pressure will move across Sri Lanka and southern India during the week before moving out into the Bay of Bengal. This will bring several days of heavy downpours with some flooding likely. Image courtesy of BBC

Heavy Rain for Southern India and Sri Lanka

Heavy Rain for Southern India and Sri Lanka


30th October 2017

Calm before the Storm for NW US:
A calm, mild and pleasant start to the week for many parts of northwest US before a storm moves in from the Pacific later in the week, bringing snow, heavy rain and strong winds. More from Accuweather

Northwest US Storm

Northwest US Storm

Storms Kill 5 in Europe:
Strong storms have killed five people across Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic.
A camper was killed by a storm surge on the German coast and wind speeds of up to 112mph were measured on Czech Republic's highest mountains.
Full story from the BBC

Flooded Hamburg

Flooded Hamburg


27th October 2017

Storm Heading to the East Coast:
Damaging winds and flooding rain are possible late Sunday and into Monday as a powerful storm, fuelled by tropical air, develops and heads north across the east coast. More details at The Weather Channel

East Coast Storm

East Coast Storm

Tropical Storm Saola:
Japan is once again in danger of flooding rains. Tropical Storm Saola is currently strengthening and looking to take a track just to the south of the country. We'll keep you updated. Image courtesy of AccuWeather

Tropical Storm Saola

Tropical Storm Saola

Snow in Minnesota:
Cold arctic air has blown in through parts of the Upper Midwest bring freezing conditions and the first snowstorm of the season, with some areas of Minnesota reporting over 8 inches of snow. Full details at Accuweather

Snow in Minnesota

Snow in Minnesota

California Heat Continues:
Another daily heat record has been broken with Palmdale Airport in California reaching 90F on Thursda. This heat is likely to continue through the weekend until cooler air finally pushes through early next week. Image from Accuweather.

California Heat

California Heat

Bright and Clear Day for UK after Fog:
The bulk of England, Scotland and Wales will have a fine and sunny day today after any morning mist and fog patches have cleared. There will be more cloud in the north of Scotland and  southwestern parts of England. Temperatures cooler than of late ranging from 9C in the north to 14C in the south. Image courtesy of Weather Network UK

UK Fog Lifting

UK Fog Lifting


24th October 2017

100 degrees Los Angeles:
​​Los Angeles looks set to break its daily record today with 100F expected, the previous high for this day was 99F back in 1909>
The heat continues across most of California adding to the wildfire problems. Image courtesy of Accuweather

100 degrees Los Angeles

100 degrees Los Angeles

Cooler Air for Florida:
​After weeks of heat and high humidity cooler air is finally about to arrive across the Florida Peninsula. This air is pushing in from the north west but is likely to trigger some severe thunderstorms as it advances. Thanks to Accuweather

Cool at last for Florida

Cool at last for Florida

Very Mild Across UK:
Another unseasonably mild day across the UK on Wednesday, particularly in the south where temperatures may reach as high as 18C in London. Cloudier in the south with some light rain, but brighter further north with some sunny spells. Image by BBC Weather

Mild Day for Britain

Mild Day for Britain

Rain & Warmth Across Australia:
A depression will be bringing an unsettled spell of weather to south eastern parts, with rain showers and storms. Ahead of that there is a lot of warm weather to be found. Sydney will reach 27C and Darwin, in the north, 34C.
Image courtesy of Sky New Weather

Warm Day for Brisbane & Sydney

Warm Day for Brisbane & Sydney

Cooler Air for Florida:
​After weeks of heat and high humidity cooler air is finally about to arrive across the Florida Peninsula. This air is pushing in from the north west but is likely to trigger some severe thunderstorms as it advances. Thanks to Accuweather

Cool at last for Florida

Cool at last for Florida

Very Mild Across UK:
Another unseasonably mild day across the UK on Wednesday, particularly in the south where temperatures may reach as high as 18C in London. Cloudier in the south with some light rain, but brighter further north with some sunny spells. Image by BBC Weather

Mild Day for Britain

Mild Day for Britain

Rain & Warmth Across Australia:
A depression will be bringing an unsettled spell of weather to south eastern parts, with rain showers and storms. Ahead of that there is a lot of warm weather to be found. Sydney will reach 27C and Darwin, in the north, 34C.
Image courtesy of Sky New Weather

Warm Day for Brisbane & Sydney

Warm Day for Brisbane & Sydney


23rd October 2017

Stormy in the East:
The Weather Channel predict severe thunderstorms are expected from north of New York to east of Washington late Monday and into Tuesday as a cold front pushes across the area from the west. Temperatures will drop across the whole area as cooler air pushes in.

Severe Storm Across the East

Severe Storm Across the East

Rain at first for UK:
A wet start for many in the UK this morning as Atlantic fronts push across from the west. However clearer, fresher and sunnier skies will push in from the west later. Temperatures ranging from 12C in the north to 17C in southern parts. Image courtesy of BBC Weather 

UK Synoptic Chart for Monday

UK Synoptic Chart for Monday

Record Heat in Texas:
The city of McAllen in southern Texas experienced temperatures of 98F on Sunday! This broke the previous record for this day of 94F set in 1994. The good news is that the heat is likely to ease as cooler air approaches from the north. Thanks to Accuweather

Record Heat in Texas

Record Heat in Texas

Tropical Storm Lan:
Super Typhoon Lan is now officially 'just' a tropical storm. After pounding much of Japan with heavy rain and destructive winds, and killing at least 3 people with over 90 injuries reported, it is now filling but will still give windy and wet conditions to Hokkaido. Image courtesy of BBC 

Tropical Storm Lan

Tropical Storm Lan


21st October 2017

The Latest on Lan:
Super Typhoon Lan is now the equivalent to a category 4 hurricane and has reached the southern parts of Japan with damaging winds and flooding rains.

Storm Brian Wind Gusts:
Here's the latest wind gusts due to Storm Brian according to the BBC. Mumbles is 'winning' currently with a gust of 67mph!
Wind speeds at 8.25am.

Storm Brian Latest Wind Gusts

Storm Brian Latest Wind Gusts

Super Typhoon Lan:
The Weather Channel reports that Lan is now a category 4 Super Typhoon and will brush Okinawa today (Saturday) before hitting mainland Japan with strong winds and flooding rain.

Super Typhoon Lan

Super Typhoon Lan


20th October 2017

Typhoon Lan Developing Defined Eye:
This video from NOAA shows that Typhoon Lan now has a well defined eye as it continues to push north towards Japan. Extreme rainfall and destructive winds are a certainty. 

Storm Brian Blowing into the UK:
A typical autumn storm for the UK, storm Brian will bring severe gales and rough sea to many parts of the southwest, through the English Channel and up the Irish sea. Wind gusts of 60-70mph are possible in places.

Fire Risk for SoCal:
Strengthening hot, dry Santa Ana winds blowing down-slope from the desert will greatly enhance the wildfire risk across parts of Southern California early next week with the possibility of record breaking high temperatures. One to watch. Thanks to Accuweather

Fire Risk In Southern California

Fire Risk In Southern California

Snow for Great Lakes?:
By the middle of next week a change in weather patterns may bring the first snow of the winter to parts of the northern Great Lakes and the Appalachians. The jet-stream will plunge across most eastern parts introducing much colder air. More from The Weather Channel.

Colder Weather For Northeast US

Colder Weather For Northeast US

Indian Tropical Depression:
A large and active tropical depression is expected to bring 200mm of rain to parts of West Bangladesh and eastern states of India. There will be more rain in southern parts and Sri Lanka, whereas western areas will remain dry and warm. Image courtesy of BBC

India Tropical Depression

India Tropical Depression

South America Weather:
Plenty of showers in northwestern parts of the continents and a line of showers across southern Brazil. 31 C in central Brazil, a cool 7 C at Punta Arenas in southern Chile. Image courtesy of BBC

South America Weather Friday

South America Weather Friday


19th October 2017

Cool and Wet for NW States:
The weather channel are predicting a series of storms to hit the Pacific Northwest this weekend, with heavy rain and mountain snow. Flooding could become a problem in parts of Washington and Oregon.

Precipitation From Pacific Storms

Precipitation From Pacific Storms

Another Storm Heading Towards UK:
Hot on the heels of ex-hurricane Ophelia another strong Atlantic storm is set to hit parts of the UK later this week, mostly likely from late Friday into Saturday. Along with heavy rain there could be wind gusts of up to 70 mph. Image courtesy of Accuweather

Potent Storm For UK

Potent Storm For UK

Fog Weather Warning for England:
The Met office has issued a weather warning for South West, South East, Eastern and North East England and the Midlands. This is a yellow warning and visibility may be down to 50 m or less locally. Be careful if you are driving in these areas.

Foggy in the Forest

Foggy in the Forest


18th October 2017

A Cool Night in Houston:
Accuweather report that the temperature in Houston fell to 51 F overnight for the first time since the beginning of May. A cool night indeed, but temperatures will start to creep back up during the rest of the week.

Houston fell to 51 F for the first time since May 1

Houston fell to 51 F for the first time since May 1

Damaging Winds in UK:
A deepening area of low pressure is pushing towards the UK this weekend and promises a stormy spell of weather this weekend. The exact path is not yet known but more southern parts of Britain are likely to experience the strongest winds.


17th October 2017

Canada Winter Forecast:
Accuweather have published their long term winter forecast for Canada. They are forecasting a lot of snow with dangerously cold conditions at times over the prairies. See the full forecast

Canada Winter Forecast

Canada Winter Forecast

Latest Path of Storm Lan:
Tropical Storm Lan is expected to intensify and become a super typhoon later this week, threatening parts of mainland Japan and Okinawa. Wind speeds could exceed 170 mph

Tropical Storm Lan Projected Path

Tropical Storm Lan Projected Path

Calm After The Storm:
As ex hurricane Ophelia moves off into Scandinavia it will be a much calmer day across the UK with sunshine for many. Much cooler than of late and still quite blustery across more northern parts. Weather map courtesy of BBC

Sunny Day For Many in UK

Sunny Day For Many in UK

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Tropical Storm Lan:
Tropical storm Lan will deepen into a dangerous typhoon as it crosses the Philippine Sea, which has very warm water at this time of the year to feed the typhoon, posing a potential threat to Japan this weekend. 

Tropical Storm Lan

Tropical Storm Lan

Cool in New York:
For the first time since May 14th the temperature in Central Park has dropped below 50 F as cool air makes a brief appearance in the northeast. However this is unlikely to last long as there will be a warming trend towards the end of the week.

Central Park Below 50 degrees

Central Park Below 50 degrees


16th October 2017

Ophelia Still Packing a Punch:
It's going to be a very windy night across northern parts of Britain with wind gusts across parts of Scotland reaching around 90mph in parts and 60-70mph as far south as Manchester. Winds should ease across all parts during Tuesday. Image thanks to Accuweather

A Windy Night Across UK & Ireland

A Windy Night Across UK & Ireland

Devastaing Portuguese Fires:
This video from Keraunos shows footage of some of the wildfires that are currently causing havoc in Portugal, with over 40 people already reported dead.

Red Sun at Midday:
Ophelia has had another side effect to the UK weather. The strong southerly winds have drawn a combination of Saharan dust and smoke from the terrible fires in Portugal and Spain. 
The dust is causing the shorter wavelength blue light, which gives the sky its usual colour, to be scattered causing it to look red.
Image by Mark

Rare Red Sun in UK

Rare Red Sun in UK

Post Tropical Cyclone Ophelia:
Ophelia, no longer a hurricane but officially a 'Post Tropical Cyclone' is now a 'Danger to Life' with a Red weather warning issued across all of Ireland by Met Eireann.

Post Tropical Cyclone Ophelia

Post Tropical Cyclone Ophelia

Poor Air Quality in California:
As well as the extreme fire danger with gusts of up to 60mph still fanning the flames, there is now a warning of health concerns as the large volumes of smoke create poor quality air. Video courtesy of Accuweather.


15th October 2017

Much Needed Rain for California:
There is some much needed rain and cooler temperatures in the forecast for California. Cool, damn air is expected to push in from the northwest after midweek with the potential for the heaviest rain since April!

Rain and Cooler Air for California

Rain and Cooler Air for California

Australian Flooding Updates:
Heavy rain will impacts parts of south east Queensland over the next 24 hours with an increased risk of flooding for Brisbane and the surrounding areas. Strong winds and rain are also forecast in the southwest. 

Flooding Potential in Brisbane

Flooding Potential in Brisbane

Ophelia Update for Irish Sea:
It's looking increasingly like the Irish sea is going to have a particularly rough day on Monday. The BBC Weather map opposite shows strong winds blowing throughout the day with the worst gusts over 80mph occurring during Monday afternoon. 

Ophelia on Monday 16th October

Ophelia on Monday 16th October


14th October 2017

Winter Start Dates - US:
If you are in the US and wondering when winter typically starts, wonder no more. Click on the image to the right (Provided by The Weather Channel) to see when winter is likely to begin in your state! 

Winter Start Dates - US

Winter Start Dates - US

Hurricane Ophelia at The Azores:
BBC Weather are reporting that hurricane Ophelia is currently just south of the Azores but weakening as it heads towards UK and Ireland on Monday. It will still, however, have wind speeds of up to 70 mph.

Hurricane Ophelia - The Azores

Hurricane Ophelia - The Azores

Tallahassee Record High:
Temperatures hit a record daily high of 90 degrees in Tallahassee , Florida, on Friday, breaking the previous record of 89 F set back in 1968. Image courtesy of Accuweather

Tallahassee Record High Temperature

Tallahassee Record High Temperature


13th October 2017

Hurricane Ophelia Latest:
Ophelia is likely to brush the Azores this weekend before heading towards Ireland and Scotland early next week. Southern Ireland is likely to see the strongest of the winds with speeds of up to 75mph on Monday. Image courtesy of The Weather Channel

Hurricane Ophelia Predicted Path

Hurricane Ophelia Predicted Path

Santa Ana Winds Fan The Flames:
Strong, dry winds with gusts up to 50mph in mountain areas will be conducive to a continued fire threat across many parts of California. Strong Santa Ana winds will blow across southern California from the northeast. More from Accuweather

California Wildfire Danger Remains High

California Wildfire Danger Remains High

UK Weather Warnings:
Strong winds and heavy rain are in the forecast fro Monday as former hurricane Ophelia hits the UK shores, still packing a big punch.
Full weather warnings here from the BBC

Monday's Strong Winds - UK

Monday's Strong Winds - UK

Warmth and Storms for Central US:
Accuweather are predicting building warmth from the south across central parts of the US to fuel potentially severe storms with damaging winds and heavy rain.

Friday 13th Weather for the UK:
Looking cloudy, damp and mild across most parts of the UK. Most of the rain will be through central & northern parts.
Temperatures in the south as high as 18C!

Hurricane Ophelia Latest Track:
The US National Hurricane Center is tracking hurricane Ophelia as it approaches NW Europe. Currently likely to cross Ireland & NW England & Scotland. No longer a hurricane by the time it reaches these parts but still very strong winds.

Hurricane Ophelia Potential Track

Hurricane Ophelia Potential Track


12th October 2017

1ST ski resort to open on Friday: 
Colorado's Arapahoe Basin will be the first ski resort to open in the US this Friday. This is only days later than its earliest ever opening date. However no green (beginner) slopes will be open straight away. More from The Weather Channel.

Colorado's Arapahoe Basin

Colorado's Arapahoe Basin

Weekend Heat in UK: 
It's looking exceptionally warm for October in many parts of the UK, with only the extreme north staying on the cool side of the jetstream. Temperatures in London could peak at 23C but are widely expected to be several degrees above normal for this time of year.

Weekend Heat in UK

Weekend Heat in UK

Tropical Cyclone Devloping:
The large area of cloud currently sitting between Hong Kong to the north and Manila to the south is rapidly becoming a tropical cyclone as it spins across the warm waters of the South China Sea. One to keep an eye on (From the BBC)

Tropical Cyclone Developing Between Manila & Hong Kong

Tropical Cyclone Developing Between Manila & Hong Kong


11th October 2017

Hurricane Ophelia:
As expected Ophelia is now officially the 10th Atlantic hurricane of the season. Although it is not expected to make landfall as a hurricane there could be a stormy spell for parts of Europe early next week!

Hurricane Ophelia

Hurricane Ophelia

Very Hot in Southern States:
Temperatures are into the 90's in parts of the south, unseasonably hot! There will be a cool down next week, but only briefly. Find out more at The Weather Channel.

Hot Autumn Temperatures for the South

Hot Autumn Temperatures for the South

North Atlantic Jetstream:
An undulating jetstream will give the UK a brief cooler and fresher feel on Thursday, but that aside Britain will be firmly on the warm side of the jet throughout the weekend and into next week.

Tropical Storm Ophelia Latest:
As mentioned yesterday, Ophelia is likely to strengthen to hurricane force over the coming couple of days and then track towards the Azores over the weekend! A rare European hurricane a possibility according to the BBC

Tropical Storm Ophelia

Tropical Storm Ophelia

Heavy Rain Across Northern England:
The cold front lying across northern parts of the UK will make slow progress south today leading to a particularly wet day across Cumbria, north Wales and NW England. Eventually the front will take its rain south overnight.

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10th October 2017

Ophelia to be Hurricane?:
As tropical storm Ophelia gathers strength in the Atlantic it is looking likely to be the 10th hurricane of the season. Most computer models predict this storm to reach hurricane force on Thursday morning, but is unlikely to make landfall as a hurricane. Full details at Weather Underground.

Tropical Storm Ophelia

Tropical Storm Ophelia

Heavy Rain Across of England:
Parts of NW England will have heavy rain throughout Wednesday with totals approaching 100mm in Cumbria and 50-80mm in parts of North Wales. Higher, west facing ground will be most at risk of flooding. Weather warnings have been issued.

Heavy Persistent Rain Across NW England

Heavy Persistent Rain Across NW England

Satellite Image of California Wildfires:
NASA have released this image showing the extent of the wildfires raging across parts of northern California. Huge plumes of smoke can be seen blowing off shore, with 5 major fires highlighted. 

NASA Satellite Image of California Fires

NASA Satellite Image of California Fires

Unseasonably Warm Across UK:
Some parts of the south will see temperatures in the low 20's according to The Weather Network UK

Unseasonably Warm Across UK

Unseasonably Warm Across UK

AMHQ Forecast for Tuesday:
Storms to soak the east while wildfires continue in the west, although easing winds should help alleviate the fires.


9th October 2017

Central US Storms:
Accuweather are predicting a small zone of potentially strong thunderstorms in some central parts of the US.
"Areas from eastern Oklahoma to the southeastern corner of Kansas, the southwestern corner of Missouri and part of western Arkansas may be affected by the storms"

Central US Thunderstorm Zone

Central US Thunderstorm Zone

Fires in Napa, California:
MSN weather are reporting large wildfires in Napa and Sonoma counties that are burning out of control.
Residents were feeling for their lives in the middle of the night, although there are currently no estimates of injuries. Full report here 
Update: 1 dead and 20,000 evacuated

Fires in Napa and Sonoma counties

Fires in Napa and Sonoma counties

Monday's Weather for Britain:
Generally a cloudy day across the UK with any patchy rain easing off through the day and bright and sunny spells developing. More cloud and rain later for Northern Ireland. From Sky News Weather

Weather for Britain 9th October

Weather for Britain 9th October

Tropical Depression 17:
Accuweather are tracking Tropical Depression 17 as it forms and deepens in the Atlantic. However, with sustained wind speeds of 35 mph, it is not expected to make landfall. 

Tropical Depression 17

Tropical Depression 17

Hurricane Nate Fastest on Record:
The weather centre at CNN are reporting that Hurricane Nate broke the record for the fastest moving hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico, travelling at a very speedy 28mph!

Hurricane Nate Forward Speed 28mph Record

Hurricane Nate Forward Speed 28mph Record

A Gloomy Columbus Day:
AMHQ has the holiday forecast and it's not looking too good for many parts. Winter storms in the Rockies and October storms in the south east.


6th October 2017

Tropical Storm Nate:
Tropical Storm Nate, currently still off the coast of Honduras, will charge north across the Gulf of Mexico and strike the Gulf coast sometime Saturday night. Heavy rain and mudslides are predicted across many parts of central America.

Tropical Storm Nate

Path of Tropical Storm Nate

Warm Air Persists:
Accuweather are reporting that the unseasonably warm air across northeastern parts of the US will continues as warm air pushes up from the south behind a warm front. Temperature are well above average for this time of year.

Unseasonably Warm Air Across NE

Unseasonably Warm Air Across NE


5th October 2017

Australian Storms:
There is a continued threat of severe storm in Central and Eastern parts of Australia. Sky Weather reporting greatest threats for Northern New South Wales and Southern Queensland.

Storm outbreak for Central & Eastern Australia

Storm outbreak for Central & Eastern Australia

Europe's Weather for Friday:
As you would expect for early October, cool and windy across the northwest but still plenty of warmth to be found through the Mediterranean. 

Europe's Weather for Friday

Europe's Weather for Friday

Some Frost Around UK on Friday:
Friday will have a cold start with frost in some places, especially away from towns and cities. However, after that it will be a nice day with light winds and sunny spells. From BBCWeather

Another Blast of Cool NW Air:
A reinforcing burst of cold air will blow in from the northwest this weekend. Although the early season significant snow event of earlier this week will not be repeated, it will still be cold for October. More from Accuweather

Cool Air From the Northwest

Cool Air From the Northwest


4th October 2017

2017 An Expensive Weather Year:
The Weather Channel are reporting that 2017 is likely to rank in the top 3 most expensive years for weather disasters with hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria making it 12 billion dollar disasters already this year. More details here.

2017 in top 3 - Billion Dollar Disasters

2017 in top 3 - Billion Dollar Disasters

A Windy Night For the UK:
A wet and windy night tonight across Britain, but tomorrow will be much brighter, mostly sunny but feeling cooler after the passage of a cold front. Thanks to @BBCWeather 

Windy Night Across Northern Britain

Windy Night Across Northern Britain

Tropical Storm Nate:
Currently still know as Tropical Depression 16, this system in the Caribbean Sea is likely to deepen into Tropical Storm Nate. More from CNN Weather 

Strong & Gusty Winds Across Britain:
A rapidly developing disturbance in the Atlantic will race across northern parts of England this evening and overnight with strong gusts of up to 60mph
Alert courtesy of The Weather Network  

Strong Winds Across England and Wales

Strong Winds Across England and Wales

New Mexico Storm Potential:
BBC Weather are showing disturbances from New Mexico to the Great Lakes resulting in the potential for damaging hail and winds, particularly across New Mexico.  

New Mexico Storm Potential

New Mexico Storm Potential

Heavy Rain Glasgow to Edinburgh:
The BBC are warning rush hour drivers of heavy rain across the Central Lowlands from Glasgow as an active cold front sinks slowly south.

Heavy Rain Glasgow & Central Lowlands

Heavy Rain Glasgow & Central Lowlands

Tropical Storm Nate?:
CNN Weather are predicting a 70 % chance of a tropical depression developing across the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico, and if so this disturbance will be called 'Nate'

Tropical Storm Nate

Tropical Storm Nate?


3rd October 2017

30 inches of snow and 4-6 foot drifts:
An early taste of winter for parts of northwest US with USA Today Weather reporting up to 30 inches in some parts of Montana with drifts up to 6 feet deep!

Montana - 30 inches of snow

Montana - 30 inches of snow

Eastern US drought a possibility?:
It has been persistently dry from the Ohio valley over to the northeastern US for a couple of months. "Some areas are considered to be abnormally dry or in moderate drought at this time" according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. Read more here.

Drought looms for parts of Eastern US

Drought looms for parts of Eastern US

Central American Gyre To Form Storms?:
It's looking increasingly likely that a tropical depression will form over the Gulf of Mexico this coming week, possibly causing impact next weekend. Find out more from The Weather Channel.

Possible Tropical Development Over Gulf

Possible Tropical Development Over Gulf

Maria's Rain Continues into Germany:
Rain associated with the former hurricane is now sweeping south on a cold front across parts of northern Europe. After a brief drier spell rain will again return later in the week. More from Accuweather

Wet Weather for Germany

Wet Weather for Germany

US wildfires - Relief at last:
The cool and damp weather that has spilled across the NW states promises relief from the wildfires but southern California is still at risk.
Full story from Fox News

Northwest US forest

Northwest US turning cool and damp


2nd October 2017

Tuesday In The UK:

Looking cool and breezy for Tuesday with just a few showers in more northwestern parts. Wednesday however may well be much more unsettled!

Developing Potential for Tropical Disturbance: 
As the tropical Atlantic basin becomes quiet after a procession of recent hurricanes there is now a potential for further disturbances in the 10 day forecast across the western Caribbean according to Accuweather. 

Tropical Disturbances from South East

Tropical Disturbances from South East

Developing Potential for Tropical Disturbance: 
As the tropical Atlantic basin becomes quiet after a procession of recent hurricanes there is now a potential for further disturbances in the 10 day forecast across the western Caribbean according to Accuweather. 

Tropical Disturbances from South East

Tropical Disturbances from South East

A Week of Contrasting Seasons :
Cold and sometimes wintry in the northwest, warmth returning to the east and mid-west, tropical air perhaps developing in the south east. A busy week! See more at The Weather Channel  

This Week a Contrast of Seasons

This Week a Contrast of Seasons

5.1 Inches of Snow in Colorado:
The promised snowstorm over the Cascades and northern Rockies has duly arrived. Leadville, CO received 5.1" on Sunday and more is expected through Monday. Full story at Accuweather.

Colorado snow 02-10-2017

Colorado snow 02-10-2017

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30th September 2017

Possibility of South American Landslides:
As heavy rain continues to fall over northern parts there is an increased risk of flooding and landslides. Full details from @BBCWeather  

South America Weather

South America Weather

Major snowfall for interior northwest:
The predicted falls in temperature are now looking more significant with falling snow levels expected too. The main snowstorm will be developing Sunday night and into Monday. Full details from Accuweather 

Interior Northwest Snow

Interior Northwest Snow

Europe's Weather for Saturday:

A quick glance at the weather across Europe for Saturday, it's starting to look a little autumnal although still heat to be found around the Mediterranean. Image and weather courtesy of @BBCweather

Europe Weather

Europe Weather


29th September 2017

Munich’s Oktoberfest Weather.
Cool, windy and rainy weather is expected to bring a close to the annual Oktoberfest celebrations in Munich, with the remnants of Hurricane Maria adding to the unpredictability of northern Europe's current weather. Full details at Accuweather

Oktoberfest Weather

Oktoberfest Weather

UK Wind and Rain warnings
The BBC are forecasting strong winds and rain across most of the UK from early Sunday and into Monday, due to a strong north Atlantic depression. See full details at the BBC

UK Pressure Map Monday

UK Pressure Map Monday

Northwest US Temperature Changes: The Weather Network is predicting heavy rain, and snow at higher elevations, as a vigorous Fall depression develops over the weekend. Good news for skiers? See more at The Weather Network

Northwest US forecast

Northwest US forecast

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Australian Heat: After a record breaking spring heatwave The Australian Bureau of Meteorology is predicting a hot start to the summer, following on from the driest Australian winter for 15 years. More Details Here from The Guardian.

Australian heat

Australian heat

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